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“Spring Training 2013”: Trade Opening Gaps like Ted Williams
March 20, 2013   3:30 pm CT


Speaker: Scott Andrews

Company: Master the Gap

Prepare, Practice, Execute.

Ted Williams is considered by many to be the greatest hitter of all time. His three golden rules were simple: 1) get a good pitch to hit, 2) proper thinking, and 3) be quick with the bat.

Join Scott Andrews for this interactive discussion outlining how he applies a similar rule set to trading the opening gap with consistency, year in and year out. Learn how you can leverage these rules to directly impact your own trading.

Scott will share specific pointers with an emphasis on how to identify winning setups for trading the gap in the Russell 2000(R) Index Futures contract.

Scott Andrews, a prior public company CEO, is a private trader and founder of, an education service which provides daily probabilities and tools for traders. He is the author of Understanding Gaps and many research studies and articles on technical trading. Mr. Andrews earned his MBA from the University of North Carolina and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

This “Spring Training 2013” webinar series is co-sponsored by Trader Kingdom, ICE Futures U.S., and Zen-Fire, organizations that encourage all traders to expand their knowledge about the markets

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